The benefits of actionable data

Santa Clara, CA, US: Intelleflex has published a white paper explaining how pallet-level temperature monitoring can reduce shrink and improve profitability.

“Businesses are flushing tens of thousands of dollars away every day as they needlessly waste product due to spoilage resulting from improper temperature management and the lack of actionable data,” says Kevin Payne, senior director of marketing, Intelleflex Corporation.

This new white paper explains how implementing pallet-level temperature monitoring in your cold supply chain can ensure delivered freshness, reduce waste and improve revenues and profitability.  “And, as an added bonus, you can address traceability and compliance simultaneously at no extra charge,” Payne says.

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